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it wedges, you can't really hit it that far. jim: on the left rickie fowler's girlfriend, alexandra brown. and rickie's mother on the right. alexandra the daughter of long time pga pro olen brown. >> this is a gap wedge. 51 degree. nick: that is not bad. that is all right. that sounds about right to me. oh, there is the shot. there is the shot. he pulled it off. jim: he is on the perfect side, too. just an uphiller. basically facing the same putt mcilroy had coming back for his par. nick: so, rory that's control his adreniline as well. he had a few where he blasted these wedges long. >> he has made this shot easier. 126, take dead aim. nick: follow that. jim: starts right. staying out to the right. >> that is way out to the right. nick: you are kidding. oh. very surprised at that. >> i think that is the reaction to having to take some off of it. jim: rickie fowler, trying to get that break through american win, number one. best wedge shot of his career. what did it look like from the blimp? it looked like a dart. the reaction -- nick: what an amazing week that rickie had. went all the way
. >> the debate over same-sex marriage, front and center this sunday. bill whitaker, terrell brown are both on the story. starting over, jobs are open but many workers don't have the right trainingment we'll show you a program trying to change that. and the graduate, tony guida with a story of a war zone refugee who went from janitor to ivy league grad testing for cbs news captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, i'm jeff glor, three executives at the nation's largest bank jpmorganchase reportedly are out. this after the bank revealed on thursday it lost at least $2 billion in risky trades. those stepping down will include the senior executive who oversaw the transaction and two upper traders. today c.e.o. jay me diamon called the trades a terrible, egregious mistake. he also acknowledges the securities and exchange commission is investigating whether rules were broken. >> we know we were sloppy. we know we were stupid. we know there was bad judgement. we don't know if any of that is true. regulators should look, that is their job so we are open to
. terrell brown is watching the weather. >> slaughter in syria, charlie d'agata has the latest on a government attack that left dozens of children dead. >> the strains of war, barry pederson faces the challenge when the troops come home. >> these mobilizations change you. maybe for the good, maybe for the worst. >> an inspiration for the graduates, commencement speakers share their insights with the class of 2012. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> cordes: good evening, i am nancy cordes, memorial day weekend is bringing us our first real taste of summer all right with record or near record highs in the 90s across much of the country. at the same time, other areas are coping with everything from unseasonably late snow to early tropical storms. terrell brown is in washington tracking the weather tonight. >> these homes have little chance against a massive wildfire in the gila national forest of new mexico. all three were destroyed as the blaze torched 85,000 square miles and continues to grow. >> across the west from colorado to cali
on the fence. will the young turn out for president obama as they did four years ago. terrell brown sounds them out. and diamond jubilee as the british begin to mark queen elizabeth's 60-yearlong rein. charlie d'agata has some of the pomp and circumstance. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> dubois: good evening. i'm cube cube. the blind chinese dissident chen guangcheng has landed at newark airport just outside new york city. his depart infrastructure beijing marked a sudden end to a diplomatic stalemate and an apparent positive turn in u.s.-china developments. elaine quijano joins us from new york. >> reporter: after a 12-hour flight from beijing, chen guangcheng is now on american soil. his arrival here marks end of nearly a month of uncertainty and a high-profile test for u.s.-china relations. just before noon in beijing today, the blind activist was told to pack his bags with his wife and two children. chen did not know until his arrival at the airport that they were headed to the united states. ken lieberthal is with the brookings institute. >> the u.s. and chin
obama as they did four years ago. terrell brown sounds them out. thediamond jubilee as the matish begin to mark queen elizabeth's 60-yearlong reign. charlie d'agata has some of the pomp and circumstance. captioning sponsored by cbs red s is the "cbs evening news." >> dubois: good evening. i'm maurice dubois. the blind chinese dissident chen guangcheng has landed at newark airport just outside new york city. his departure from beijing marked a sudden end to a diplomatic stalemate and an apparent positive turn in u.s.- china developments. elaine quijano is watching developments tonight here in new york. elaine, good evening. >> reporter: after a 12-hour flight from beijing, chen guangcheng headed here to new york city. his arrival here marks the end of nearly a month of uncertainty and a high-profile test of u.s.- china relations. supporters cheered as chen arrived at new york university. >> i am very gratified to see the chinese government has been dealing with the situation restraint and calm. >> reporter: the case focused international attention on the thorny issue of human rights in c
goanld news from california tonight. governor jerry brown announced the state's projected budget deficit has gone from bad to worse, soaring from $19.2 billion at the start of the year to $16 billion today. tight budgets across the country are making life even tougher for the unemployed. in 2008, congress extended benefits up to 99 weeks to help the long-term unemployed, those out of work a year or more. tomorrow that extension ends. eight states are cutting off their benefit checks for more than 200,000 people, and as john blackstone reports, california is hardest hit. >> reporter: from the busy streets of los angeles to the farm country of the central valley, an estimated 93,000 people in california lost unemployment benefits today. as the unemployment rate drops, many others who thought they'd be getting help, up to 99 weeks, will run out of benefits sooner. mark watton, laid off from his job as a security guard a year and a half ago, will get his last check next month. >> as it's getting closer and closer, the anxiety does start building up, and you think, you know, where is my next
something to be savored. karen brown, cbs news, jerome, arizona. >> jeff: and that is the "cbs evening news" tonight. later on cbs, "60 minutes." i'm jeff glor, cbs news in new york. scott pelley will be here tomorrow. good night. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >>> the smoke has cleared now trying to figure out what happened the late-night shared out between a suspect then police officer. dozens evacuated from a fire that destroyed a four story building. welcome home a hero,,,,
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